RE: To personalize NonDelivery Request (rejected e-mail) to sender
- Thank you very much for your help.
De: owner-postfix-users@... [mailto:owner-postfix-users@...]
En nombre de Victor Duchovni
Enviado el: lunes, 01 de octubre de 2007 23:43
Para: Carlos Jim?nez
Asunto: Re: To personalize NonDelivery Request (rejected e-mail) to sender
On Mon, Oct 01, 2007 at 11:23:51PM +0200, Carlos Jim?nez wrote:
> The last question: We cannot modify the "text" of a SMTP reply (except RBL
> replies), but we can modify the reject code of every filter, is it
Yes, the intention is allow you to choose between 4xx soft failures and
5xx hard failures.
> So... Is there always generated an specific SMTP reply (with its code) for
> every e-mail that matches a Postfix "filter"? It is just for creating a
> "list" of customized rejection codes with a brief "explanation" of the
> meaning, but just for our users and customers.
The problem is that RFC (2)821 does not give you a lot of valid reply
codes to choose from. You are far better off documenting the built in
responses for your customers, than trying to tweak them.
Sorry, the built-in responses are not configurable at this time.
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